[PHP] RE: Clean PHP 5.2.12 Build Core Dumping / Can't Build
Port - FreeBSD 6.1
hack988 at dev.htwap.com
Tue Jan 12 20:44:15 UTC 2010
from that file and
5.make clean all depend soft
6.make menuconfig set X11 disable
7.make &&make install
2010/1/12 Don O'Neil <lists at lizardhill.com>:
> Ok.. just for grins I installed a new instance of 6.1, NO Patches, just
> straight off the ISO...
> I loaded the ports that came WITH the distro, and was able to make php 5.1.2
> When I did a portsnap fetch, portsnap extract, then went into the
> /usr/ports/lang/php5 and just typed make I get the same error...
> SO as it seems, the port is broken, at least for working with FreeBSD 6.1.
> Can anyone give me some hints on how to build this sucker by hand? Seems as
> though there are a bunch of patches that are referenced in the distinfo
> I REALLY need to get this taken care of asap, any help is appreciated.
>> > > I tried adding WITHOUT_X11=yes to /etc/make.conf as well as
>> > and
>> > > X11BASE="", but I still get the same error.
>> > Remove them. This makes sure they are not defined, not even
>> > empty (as in "#define BLA -> symbol 'BLA' is defined").
>> > > Where to go from here? Do I have and old version of something that
>> > > causing this? I get this error _right away_ before anything is even
>> > built.
>> > It seems to be a check by the Makefile at port's top level.
>> Ok... I have no definition for X11BASE anywhere, not in my env, not in
>> /etc/make.conf, nowhwere...
>> However, it's still complaining about X11BASE being deprecated. I tried
>> adding WITHOUT_X11=yes in /etc/make, and without it. I even searched
>> all the
>> Makefiles in /usr/ports, and in the /usr/ports/lang/php5 dir to find
>> reference to X11, or X, or X11BASE, but nada... I don't even know where
>> error message is being generated from.
>> I can't even do a basic make without it immediately spitting out the
>> # make
>> X11BASE is now deprecated. Unset X11BASE in make.conf and try again.
>> *** Error code 1
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